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  • Zionist Regime and the Nuclear Technology

    The Israeli nuclear program is of most complicated and ambiguous programs of the Regime which has created an environment of ambiguity in the region and most countries believe it to have nuclear weapons while its policy of ambiguity never unveils the truth. The nuclear program of the Zionist Regime is fundamentally aimed to create fear among…

  • Why Russia Want Israel in NPT?

    Based on researches, Israel has the first place in the Middle East on amount of production and storage of nuclear and chemical weapons. Some sources believe that apart from Israel which sure possesses chemical and nuclear weapons of mass destruction, there is no other Asian country with which certainly possesses them. Some countries like Russia…

  • Why Israel May Accept Arabs with Modern Arms

      After news of the sales of modern US weapons to Saudi Kingdom and some other Arab countries, Israel was expected to have a harsh reaction and try to prevent this policy which may reduce its preemptive military power in the Middle East region. Meanwhile the Zionist Regime, unlike before, tried not to obstacle those military sales and play…

  • US Aids to Israel

      The Zionist Regime was in dire need for US help to stabilize its presence, develop legality, and secure its national interests. The US, on the hand, tried to create a strategically allied state in the Middle East to promote its regional interests and thus the aids to the Zionist Regime started. All US helps could be categorized in…

  • Review on Prisons and Prisoners in Israel

      Violence and crime is on a growing path in Israel and has reached its peak now. In this regard the Regime has adopted strategies (like imprisonment) to fight the crime growth. Israeli prisons are divided on the kind of crime where social, political, security, and Palestinian prisoners each have their own prisons. Prisons are divided to…

  • Outcomes of Iraq Division for Israeli Interests

    The US military invasion of Iraq which ended the Baath dictatorship also unveiled the country’s political secrets of the lack of unity among groups, tribes, and races with divertive religious beliefs and their great potential for seprationism. The political disagreement among the redistributed forces after the fall of Saddam created the…

  • Models for Resistance and Scenarios for Fight

    The increase in clashes between Hamas and Fath after issues like killing of members of both groups and formation of Salam Fayaz’s transitional cabinet which meant the end of National Unity Government, on the whole had positive as well as negative effects for the Zionist Regime. In this regard some believe that by continuing of such clashes…

  • Lebanon War Consequences on Israeli Political Structure

    The 33-day war in Lebanon was a very important factor with considerable effects in internal, regional, and international level but the effects of the war on political, party and military structure in Israel was more important. We will explore these effects in this report. For simplicity the Israeli attack on Lebanon which was a reaction to the…

  • Golan 2007; Cost or Excuse for Israel-Syria Peace

    After 35 years since the end of Israel-Syria war and nearly two decades since initiation of Israel-Arabs peace negotiations, there has been no progress in Israel-Syria relations where Golan and its ruling is surely the most important problem which was declared by Syria as a precondition for negotiation with Israel in 2007. Golan Heights were…

  • General Conditions of Israel on 59th Anniversary

    Israel now has a population of 7.15 m people on the 59th anniversary of Palestinian occupation (or the so called Israeli independence). However after the Palestinian Occupation only 806,000 Jews had settled in the 1948 occupied lands, one third of whom still live there. Israel now faces many economic problems including poverty, unemployment, and…

  • E-1 Plan to Make Qods Jewish

    The E-1 plan was proposed at the time of late Israeli Prime Minister, Isaac Rabin. This plan is an example of the policy of Tahvid (making Jewish) of Qods. For years Zionist have followed Tahvid policy in practical and theoretical levels to dominant the Palestinian lands. The policy began by construction of Jewish settlements and by creation of the…

  • Creation of Study Group for Israel-Hezbollah War

    Israeli attack on Lebanon was aimed at weakening or removal of Hezbollah from its northern borders which ended with no achievements and they accepted ceasefire with Hezbollah after one month. The 33-day war was so that Israel neither could call Hezbollah a loser, nor call itself a winner. Complaints by internal forces to signing of ceasefire…

  • Corruption in Israel

    The Zionist regime has a low ranking among other countries due to its government capabilities and political stability, though it claims to be a developed country. The Israeli Commercial Data Center has reported the government quality to be in a warring level since 2000. The center knows it to be a result of degrading security, economic crisis, and…

  • Confronting Iran; Strategy to Combine Regional Challenges of Israel

    After the Israeli defeat in its 33-day attack against Hezbollah, they adopted different strategies to leave the crisis. Considerable change in Israeli security vision and approaches in regional challenges was one the important effects of the 33-day war which showed in their tangible interest to utilize worries of some conservative Arab countries…

  • Comparing Economic Approaches in Kadima and Labor

    The seventeenth round of Knist (Israeli Parliament) election and considerable gains by the Labor, Shath, and Retires’ parties which entered election with social agenda, for the first time in the history of Israel showed that voters have given priority to economic and social matters over security ones which are always considered by the right…